The Thames Discovery Programme documents and protects the longest open-air archaeological site in London: the banks of the Thames River, largely open to the public.
Filmmaker Tashi Wangchuk followed Tsering Dorjee, exiled Tibetan folk artist, for about six months with a camera to make a film about displaced Tibetans in exile.
Archaeologists from New Zealand come to the small Pacific island of Atafu to excavate and live among the native Polynesian people.
The Galilee Cemetery dates back to Sarasota’s early days, but the passage of time has not been kind. After many years of neglect, the Galilee Cemetery Task Force organized a clean-up campaign, created a more appealing entrance and recruited New College of Florida Professor Dr. Uzi Baram to document the lives of the interred.
In a prepared video statement shown at the 2014 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Ivor Noël Hume explains why he believes that Odyssey Marine Exploration, Inc., should be accepted as a member of the professional archaeological community.
Copper Age sites in central Spain; shipwreck from the Franklin Expedition; Viking fortress in Denmark; complete suit of bone armor in Siberia.
Neanderthal petroglyphs in Gibraltar cave; Tiwanaku hallucinogenic ritual; cooperation saves Yup’ik cultural heritage; Olmec artifacts in southwestern Mexico.
High-status copper workers; DNA and the Dorset; Stonehenge dry spots; Croatian Neolithic oven
Very early copper tool in Israel; complexities of violence among Ancestral Puebloans; early Zoroastrianism in western China; cultural variation among early moderns humans in Africa
Stepped-pyramid Japanese tomb; Egyptian embalming gets much earlier; Greek tomb from Alexander’s time to be opened; two new Maya cities in the Yucatan